Joget DX Beta Available for Download

Check out Joget DX, the next generation successor to Joget Workflow for faster, simpler digital transformation.

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Warning

Compatibility: It is strongly recommended that you test the upgrade on a development or test environment first.  If you are upgrading from v3, please note that there have been security hardening changes since v4 so please refer to v4 Compatibility.

Licensing: For the Enterprise Edition, upgrades between major versions (e.g. v5 to v6) requires re-activation with a new license, so users with an active Enterprise Software Subscription are required to request for a new license.

IMPORTANT: Starting from v6.0.15, JAVA 8 is required due to fixes for vulnerability issues of a dependent library.

  1. Prepare a test server that mimics the production server as close as possible in all possible aspects (e.g. user setup, networking environment, cpu/memory capabilities, database) without cloning the production's database server. Start with a fresh new database.
  2. Once you are ready with the test server, you may try to start with a fresh database without the data but just the Apps loaded in. Run through all the functionalities of your Apps to see if everything works as expected.
  3. If Step 2 goes well, you may then try to clone the existing production database to see how your Apps fare with the existing production data. Run through all the functionalities of your Apps again to see if everything works as expected.
  4. If you have integrated Joget Workflow with other solutions, you will also need to test them accordingly.
  5. When you are ready, please continue to the next step.

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